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1. How to conduct gap analysis for ISO 13485?
2. How to determine key performance indicators?
Just a quick question. If I have equipment that generates oxygen for medical applications, and the machine only generates and fills the oxygen tanks, which are then used in hospitals, etc, is the generating equipment a medical device? If so, what would be the classification?
It sounds to me a bit like equipment that is used to manufacture medicines for instance, and in my opinion it should not be classified as a medical device.
Your input will be greatly appreciated. We need to urgently clear this, because my client is importing the equipment to ***, and we need to know what registrations, etc, we need to apply. It is because medical devices are regulated in ***, but we apply more or less the same requirements as the EU.
How to audit and create a checklist for medical device labeling including advertising and claims
Is ISO 9001 mandatory for company distributing medical devices?
My company has manufactured a silicone prosthetic liner.
1. Do I need to perform mechanical tests on the liner? If so, which organization can do this?
2. How long do I need to do clinical trials on the liner? How many months and how many patients need to wear the liner as part of the clinical trials?
We had a sit down with one of our regulatory consultants and went through our new Manual/IFU ( it’s a combination in one document) and when we came to the chapter about intended use, she proclaimed that since the 26 of may- and MDr is in full place. Its not called Intended use anymore and everywhere it is stated intended use must be replaced with intended purpose instead- is this really the case? Then a lot of the documentation from Advisera that we purchased in December is outdated? Can you confirm or deny this?
I am following some courses on medical devices'ISOs on Advisera and I have been given this email to ask a particular question.
I was wondering about the storage of data during lab experiments prior FDA/CE mark. We record everything on an electronic lab journal (protocol, procedures and conclusions) but I was wondering whether the raw date should also be embedded into the eLN or it is enough to refer to the documents containing data (sometimes big data) in order to be FDA/CE compliant.
Thank you very much in advance
i am trying to find out what a lateral flow device using saliva would come under with the FDA class 1 or class 2
With a certified ISO 13485 QMS in place which is in alignment to national regulatory body as well (though not audited by national regulatory body), can an organization call its products:
Note: I have not used the word compliant for GMP since as I understand that the organization needs to be audited by regulatory body to claim the same?